Q4 Global Ethylene Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook – The US and China to Spearhead Ethylene Industry Expansion

نتيجة بحث الصور عن ‪North America Ethylene Industry‬‏

Key Highlights – Global Ethylene Industry

  • The US has 20 planned ethylene projects, adding capacity of about 16.94 mtpa by 2025. The US capital expenditure (capex) for these projects is US$15.87 billion by 2025.
  • China has 29 planned ethylene projects adding capacity of about 11.72 mtpa by 2025. Capex for these projects totals US$9.82 billion over the next 10 years.
  • In the Middle East, Iran has six planned ethylene projects, adding capacity of about 5.20 mtpa in the coming years, and plans to spend US$3.25 billion over the next 10 years.
  • In Former Soviet Union, the majority of capacity additions are in Russia, with planned capacity additions of about 9.13 mtpa by 2025. Capex for these projects totals US$27.89 billion by 2025.
  • In Africa, ethylene capacity additions are in Egypt, with planned capacity additions of about 1.89 mtpa by 2025. Capex for these projects totals US$1.85 billion in the coming years.
  • In Europe, Norway plans to spend US$0.01 billion to add capacity of about 0.05 mtpa, expected onstream by 2016.
  • In South America, Venezuela and Bolivia together plan to spend US$0.72 billion in the coming years to add the capacity of 0.80 mtpa, expected to come onstream by 2023.

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Q4 Global Ethylene Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook – The US and China to Spearhead Ethylene Industry Expansion

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Published: Jan 2017
Publisher: GlobalData
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